Monday Mourning is the seventh novel by Kathy Reichs starring forensic anthropologist, Temperance Brennan. Kathy Reichs herself is a forensic anthropologist. Monday Mourning has ratings and reviews. Amanda said: I have read all of Kathy Reichs’s offerings since her first book, Deja Dead was publishe. Monday Mourning / Bare Bones has ratings and 11 reviews. Jennie said: I would give stars. Interesting and plot. However I did not find the story.

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I asked Gilbert to reposition a light. Jun 11, Jennie rated it liked it.

What if it’s nothing? Maybe best yet in unusual “skeleton doc” series! As forensic anthropologist for the province of Quebec, I’ve worked with both over the years. Temperance Brennan can’t even turn to her chum Anne for much solace because Anne, on a leave of absence from her marriage, is needy herself.

The narration is plain,simple better than most thrillers and the research is amazing. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. How did they get there?

A killer Temperance Brennan novel as long as you just ignore the romance. Using SIJ equipment, I shot prints and video. No naked, scaly tails. Pam rated it really liked it Jan 02, Recently I have revisited them again as my daughter wanted me to buddy read them with her after discovering rwichs television series and then seeing the books in our bookshelves.


I am glad I read the books before seeing some of the television show because otherwise I may not have liked them quite so much. I can’t help it guys: She and Ryan are in some nether-relationship that they can’t be bothered to talk about for five minutes.

Eight dead rats adorned the base of the walls.

Monday Mourning / Bare Bones by Kathy Reichs

With the outer layer fully peeled to the left, I began on the inner. Back to the grid. I’d come from Charlotte to Montreal a day early to prepare for court on Tuesday. Further study of tooth enamel tells her where the women were born. But when Carbon 14 confirms her hunch that these were recent deaths despite the antique buttons found near the bodies, Tempe’s probing must produce answers quickly to stop a killer whose grisly handiwork has seen the light of day.

Janine rated it it was amazing Jan kathh, I found this book to be very addicting, and more exciting than many of the previous books. To ask other readers questions about Monday Mourningplease sign up.

Monday Mourning / Bare Bones (Temperance Brennan, #6-7)

I found this book to be uninspiring and a common storyline. Nov 29, Sita rated it it was ok Shelves: As the first Temperance Brennan book I’ve read and most likely the lastI’d say this is better than okay, except for the see-it-coming-from-a-mile-away ending and several bouts of especially bad writing. This happens a LOT: Breath suspended, I listened to the shadows around me. Other books in the series. Got news about boyfriend seeing other woman, instead of asking she just keep quiet.


Flicking the last particles of dirt from the second burial, I set aside my paintbrush, stood, and stomped my feet to warm them. Gilbert and Racine remained mute. What these girls have fallen into isn’t terribly surprising, nor is there really an opportunity to develop mystery, because it becomes pretty clear who the killer is as soo In a horrendous regression from her recent work in the series, Kathy Reichs reverts back to her procedural roots in a story that is obvious, unsurprising, and, frankly, just unentertaining.

The individual under grid two had been bundled before burial.

Monday Mourning

mouning Want to Read Currently Reading Read. The girls’ bones showed that they had died before so there was no police investigation into the deaths. It’s almost embarrassing for a female author to play into the damsel in distress model so readily. LaManche wanted me to check it out.